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Designer 4.0.2 GCV's visible in the Driver Config Properties, invisiblein GCV Selector

Specifically, on an AD Driver, the GCV's on the "Configuration" tab are
not selectable or visible in a policy editor: drv.user.container,
drv.domain.dns.name, to name two that I cannot see.

Thanks,

ROb.

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Re: Designer 4.0.2 GCV's visible in the Driver Config Properties,invisible in GCV Selector

On 2/28/2013 5:01 PM, Rob S wrote:
> Specifically, on an AD Driver, the GCV's on the "Configuration" tab are not selectable or visible in
> a policy editor: drv.user.container, drv.domain.dns.name, to name two that I cannot see.
>
> Thanks,
>
> ROb.
>

I just fired up a new AD driver with some default values and the standard package.
I went into a policy and the values are there.
I was able to edit them from the GCV page as well.

When you pull up the GCV selector there is a drop down in the top left where you can choose the
server to read the GCV's from. Probably just the wrong server.
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Re: Designer 4.0.2 GCV's visible in the Driver Config Properties,invisible in GCV Selector

On 3/1/2013 5:04 PM, Will Schneider wrote:
> On 2/28/2013 5:01 PM, Rob S wrote:
>> Specifically, on an AD Driver, the GCV's on the "Configuration" tab
>> are not selectable or visible in
>> a policy editor: drv.user.container, drv.domain.dns.name, to name two
>> that I cannot see.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> ROb.
>>

> I just fired up a new AD driver with some default values and the
> standard package.
> I went into a policy and the values are there.
> I was able to edit them from the GCV page as well.
>
> When you pull up the GCV selector there is a drop down in the top left
> where you can choose the server to read the GCV's from. Probably just
> the wrong server.


It is good to assume someone may have missed the obvious, but in this
case... no. not the issue. Should I reboot? Check the power plug? 🙂


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Re: Designer 4.0.2 GCV's visible in the Driver Config Properties,invisible in GCV Selector

On 07.03.2013 14:33, Rob S wrote:
> On 3/1/2013 5:04 PM, Will Schneider wrote:
>> On 2/28/2013 5:01 PM, Rob S wrote:
>>> Specifically, on an AD Driver, the GCV's on the "Configuration" tab
>>> are not selectable or visible in
>>> a policy editor: drv.user.container, drv.domain.dns.name, to name two
>>> that I cannot see.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> ROb.
>>>

>> I just fired up a new AD driver with some default values and the
>> standard package.
>> I went into a policy and the values are there.
>> I was able to edit them from the GCV page as well.
>>
>> When you pull up the GCV selector there is a drop down in the top left
>> where you can choose the server to read the GCV's from. Probably just
>> the wrong server.

>
> It is good to assume someone may have missed the obvious, but in this
> case... no. not the issue. Should I reboot? Check the power plug? 🙂


Are you sure that the GCV is properly linked to the AD driver?

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Re: Designer 4.0.2 GCV's visible in the Driver Config Properties,invisible in GCV Selector

On 3/1/2013 5:04 PM, Will Schneider wrote:
> On 2/28/2013 5:01 PM, Rob S wrote:
>> Specifically, on an AD Driver, the GCV's on the "Configuration" tab
>> are not selectable or visible in
>> a policy editor: drv.user.container, drv.domain.dns.name, to name two
>> that I cannot see.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> ROb.
>>

> I just fired up a new AD driver with some default values and the
> standard package.
> I went into a policy and the values are there.
> I was able to edit them from the GCV page as well.
>
> When you pull up the GCV selector there is a drop down in the top left
> where you can choose the server to read the GCV's from. Probably just
> the wrong server.


It is good to assume someone may have missed the obvious, but in this
case... no. not the issue. Should I reboot? Check the power plug? 🙂


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